Frequently Asked Questions
1. How much does a Wedding Video cost?
2. How much does a television broadcast program cost?
3. How much does it cost to convert our 8MM or 16MM films to Video?
4. How long does it take from the time our wedding is over until our
Wedding Video is completed?
5. What is the difference between Live and Post Production?
1. COST How much does a Wedding Video cost? The cost of a wedding video
can vary depending on the selection of services. To see our
pricing click here or call us at
(724) 346-4636. We're here to assist you in your wedding memories
planning and welcome your call to discuss any aspect of your wedding
memory collection. Moreover, we never charge for information,
questions, or answers.
PROGRAM COST How
much does a television broadcast program cost? The price of a
television broadcast can vary significantly depending on the level of
services required. For example, if you only want us to produce the
program the cost is comparatively inexpensive, however, that price does
not represent the total cost of getting the program aired.
Typically it cost in the range of $550 to $850 per half hour television
show to produce "live production" broadcast media but can be
significantly reduced for post production. However, always keep in
mind that ranges, averages, and speculation, are dangerous. To get
a quote for your conditions and specifications visit our
production price guide or better yet,
click here get a no cost, no obligation,
3. TRANSFER COST How much does it cost to convert our 8MM or 16MM
films to Video? The cost can vary, but we've priced it out
carefully. Click Here
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WEDDING VIDEO TIMELINE How long does it take from the time our wedding is over until our
Wedding Video is completed? The time can vary depending on the
time of the year (June weddings taking longer) and the size of the
particular (the size of the package and the number of options) but
typically 6 to 9 weeks following the wedding date. For more
information see Weddings
LIVE vs POST PRODUCTION What is the difference between Live and Post Production?
A Live Production is as the name implies, the video is streamed directly
form the imaging sources (cameras, computers, picture images. etc.)
directly to the the particular recording format (DVD, BetaCAM, SVHS,
VHS, Computer Capture Files, etc.) and therefore the media output is
available at the conclusion of the recording session, while Post
Production is produced within a week or two following the recording
sessions and collection of all material and media to be included in the
production, giving time to remove errors, make color corrections, and
add numerous Hollywood FX style effects and dress up the production
output. At this time Trimedia has abandoned Live Production and
produces all video in post editing and dubbing. For more
information see Broadcast,
Photo & Film Montage. Or,
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